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The Ministry of Culture and Tourism has, on the sidelines of the official programme of the Pan-African Film and Television Festival of Ouagadougou, organised a conference this Wednesday, October 20, 2021 at the headquarters of the Burkinabe Shippers' Council (CBC), on the theme: "The Togolese Code of Cinema and Moving Image, an essential link for the promotion of the film industry".
Togo, like the other member states of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), is celebrating this Monday for the 42nd time in a row, this day.
On Tuesday 21 September 2021, during the third plenary session of the second ordinary session, the deputies unanimously adopted the Code of Cinema and Moving Images, under the chairmanship of H.E. Mrs. Yawa Djigbodi TSEGAN, President of the National Assembly.
In view of the proper implementation of the urgent measures taken by the government to curb and reverse the curve of the pandemic and as a prelude to the decree fixing the list of large bars, the Minister in charge of culture and tourism met with stakeholders in the sector (hoteliers, restaurateurs, bar owners, cultural players, etc.) on Friday, September 10, 2021 about the new measures taken by the government to curb the increase in cases of Covid19 contamination.
The Ministry of Culture and Tourism concluded on Thursday, June 17, 2021 with the University of Kara, a partnership agreement lasting five years. The agreement, initialled by Minister Kossi Lamadokou and Komla Sanda, President of the UK, sets up mechanisms to facilitate the practical training and professional integration of students, specifically those in the applied foreign language stream.
On March 24, 2015, 15 years after the start in Togo of the CLAC program, reading and cultural activities centers, the then Minister of Culture, Ms. Kouméalo Anaté, requested the support of the OIF for the creation of a national center for reading and cultural activities...